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Retirement Planning Tips for Women in 2022

Women often face special challenges when planning for retirement. For example, if they are the primary caregivers in their families, their careers may be interrupted to care for children or elderly parents, which means they may spend less time in the workforce and earn less money than men in the same age group. And even if they remain in the workforce, women still tend to earn less than men, on average. As a result, their retirement plan balances, Social Security benefits, and pension benefits are often lower.

In addition to earning less, women generally live longer than men, which means having to stretch potentially limited retirement savings and benefits over many years.


To help yourself or the women in your life manage these financial challenges, consider the following tips.


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Cybersecurity: Retirement Plan Sponsors Can Protect Themselves

The digital world has opened many doors – including some to theft and the abuse of information. When it comes to retirement plans and participant assets, cybersecurity has emerged as a significant area of focus. Read on to find out how plan sponsors can protect themselves and their participants while meeting fiduciary obligations.

Technology innovation and an unrelenting push toward a digital world open us up to a range of cybersecurity risks. For retirement plans, it’s the risk of sharing financial and personal identifiable information across platforms and third-party service providers. And with participant assets and retirement security on the line, the risks weigh on many plan sponsors’ minds.

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